: Footage of the destruction in the Long Beach area after the Long Beach Earthquake, March 10, 1933. Also discusses two theories on what causes earthquakes.Source
: 2 Reels of 2: Film: 16mm (mixed reversal and tinted print)Collection
: Model Colony Audio-visual CollectionRights
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Producer, Director and Camera: C. E. Louis